Is anyone out there using impression scanning at their lab and how are the models coming out? Which system? Models printed or milled? Have you compared them to the same impression poured by your traditional method? Can anyone verify if it is really saving them time and/or money?
March 5, 2012
Mark Jackson, RDT· Owner at Precision Ceramics Dental Laboratory, CT Scanning & Implant Planning Center
Owner at Precision Ceramics Dental Laboratory, CT Scanning & Implant Planning Center
Scanning impressions is a disaster in my opinion. There are too many places where the impression material...(more)
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